Acceptance following a Brain Injury
Speakers: Neuropsychologists Dr. Bojana Budisin, & Dr. Liesel-Ann Meusel
Jonathan Farine, Lawyer, McLeish Orlando
Jonathan Farine joined McLeish Orlando as an associate in 2021. Jonathan holds a BSCH majoring in mathematics from Queen’s University and a JD/MBA from University of Toronto.Jonathan was called to the bar in June 25, 2019. Prior to law school, Jonathan worked at a medical malpractice firm where he developed knowledge of the types of medical issues found in personal injury cases. This experience inspired Jonathan to develop a legal practice based on advocating on behalf of injured clients.
Jonathan received his BSCH in mathematics from Queen’s University and then graduated from the joint JD/MBA program at the University of Toronto. At law school, he served as executive for the peer mentorship program and volunteered for Lawyers Feed the Hungry. Jonathan was also active on the basketball and Frisbee teams, and was law games captain for the University of Toronto.
Jonathan enjoys spending his free time adventuring with his dog, discovering new dishes, and trying too hard in strategy games.
Dr. Bojana Budisin, Lad & Associates
Dr. Bojana Budisin is a Clinical Neuropsychologist providing both assessment and treatment services to adults and seniors. She works at Lad & Associates and also holds a position at the Neurology Clinic, Altum Health, within the Toronto Western Hospital. She obtained a doctorate degree at University of Windsor and completed post-doctoral training at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. In her free time, Dr. Budisin enjoys spending time with her family, playing volley ball, and skiing.
Dr. Liesel-Ann Meusel
Dr. Meusel is a registered psychologist in Ontario (license # 5735) in the areas of clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology, providing assessment and treatment to adults and seniors. She completed her doctorate at McMaster University and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, and her postdoctoral training at Baycrest Health Sciences and the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, focused on assessment of aging and neurodegenerative disorders, concussion, and moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. She works part-time in private practice, and part-time at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, within the Telerehab Centre for Acquired Brain Injury.